Ross, Sir Ronald

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Ross,

Sir Ronald, English physician and Nobel laureate, 1857-1932.
Ross cycle - the life cycle of the malaria parasite.
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The 1st issue of the journal was brought out in October 1913 under the editorship of the Director General, Indian Medical Services and the Public Health Commissioner with the Government of India in collaboration with Sir Ronald Ross and others.
VOTE 04' PIONEER: Nobel prize winner Sir Ronald Ross
FIRST BRITON: Sir Ronald Ross, whose pioneering work won him the Nobel Prize for Medicine; and, left, a mosquito biting a hand; PRIZE: Janet Hemingway with Sir Ronald's Nobel medals
The breakthrough comes in the centenary year since the Liverpool school's first lecturer Sir Ronald Ross discovered it was the mosquito which carried malaria.
The breakthrough comes in the centenary year since the Liverpool School's first lecturer, Sir Ronald Ross, discovered it was the mosquito which carried malaria.
l Its first professor of tropical medicine, Sir Ronald Ross, was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1902, for discovering that malaria was transmitted by mosquitoes.
One of its first lecturers, Sir Ronald Ross, became the first British winner of the Nobel Prize for Medicine for discovering malaria is carried by mosquitoes.